CETA Career Ready Opportunities
The College of Engineering, Technology, and Architecture (CETA) provides challenging programs that prepare graduates for stimulating, meaningful, and rewarding professional careers in today's fast-changing and global society. Along with the curriculum learned inside and outside the classroom, CETA hosts events each semester geared towards career development, networking opportunities, and more to prepare you for your dream job. CETA students also have the opportunity to intern with corporate companies such as NASA, Pratt & Whitney, and Turner Construction.
Build your resume, polish your cover letter and portfolio, network with professionals and have impactful conversations at our career-ready events specific for CETA students. Take advantage of the opportunity to meet industry partners, board of visitors, alumni, and other professionals at these events. You will gain insight into the key characteristic employers are searching for in potential candidates today and learn the skills you need to become the next generation of engineers, designers, and technicians. See where some of our graduates are now below.
BS, Audio Engineering Technology, 2011
Since graduating with his BS in Audio Engineering Technology, Papa Asante ’11 has had the opportunity to gain valuable experience in both the audio engineering and aerospace worlds. He is the owner and operator of The LAB Media Empire, LLC (aka
The Audio Engineering Technology program at CETA introduced me to the hardware side of the audio world. Although I did enter uHart with experience in studio recording/mixing, I was able to gain valuable hands on experience reading schematics and understanding how the design of a piece of gear evolves from paper to reality. Today as the owner and technical point of contact for TheLABNR I find myself troubleshooting gear on a daily basis, and can thank the Audio Engineering Technology program at CETA for planting the seed in that regard.
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David was very involved at UHart since his first year, including his roles in Eta Kappa Nu and the IEEE Student Chapter. He also represented UHart in competitions such as Connecticut Tech Challenge and the SIMODE mathematics competition. The opportunity to become an engineering student has encouraged creativity and work ethics in his academic and extracurricular life.
I'm now working as a Design Engineer for ASML in Wilton, CT. ASML manufactures lithography systems where I have the opportunity to help design the systems Samsung, Intel, TSMC and all other top microchip manufacturing companies use.